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Falls City FFA’ers place at San Antonio Stock Show


Falls City FFA’ers place at San Antonio Stock Show
The Moy family gathers to congratulate Skylar Moy after her Simmental steer placed second in the 2014 San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo. Joining Skylar are parents Dennis and Cynthia Moy and sister Taylor.


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Four Falls City FFA members represented the school in the San Antonio Stock Show & Rodeo during the February auction. This was after the exhibitors competed in the Karnes County show in January.

Conner Jendrusch, who showed the reserve champion Maine Anjou steer last year, returned this year with a market goat. The goat, entered in the class No. 7 division, placed eighth.

Tucker Huff, Karnes County grand champion lamb exhibitor, continued his winning ways by exhibiting in the class No. 32 medium wool market lamb division. Tucker’s lamb placed third.

Devin Janysek and Skylar Moy entered the steer competition. Devin’s light weight Angus steer placed third, while Skylar’s light weight Simmental steer placed second.
 

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